Steve Clifford

Steve Clifford, the former CEO of KING Broadcasting, has written humor for and the Huffington Post. He is the author of "The CEO Pay Machine."

Sen. Heartless Has a PR Problem

Sending out the Senator's heart to aggrieved communities creates a tricky logistical problem.

Stocks Down? Don’t Worry. Be Happy.

Don’t stew over the next Covid surge or Monkeypox, since these diseases create investment opportunities.

Boeing: Move to DC is all About Our Values

"We are moving to Arlington to concentrate on lobbying, coopting regulators, buying politicians, sucking up to Generals, flattering bigwigs, cozying up to reporters, and misinforming the public."

Hey Baby – Hot 4U Wants 2B Your Friend!

Age makes some men look very distinguished. I am probably one of them.

Critical Math Theory: Parents Don’t Like it!

Exploitive Math is analytical, and therefore, by definition, divisive.

City Council’s Magic Bullet for Shoplifting: The Municipal Fencing Department

The City Council promptly endorsed this proposal, 6-3, stating that the new department would “protect this marginalized group from economic exploitation and a toxic work environment, end the tyranny of a brutal criminal gang, and not only pay for itself but actually run a surplus.

Twenty-two Reasons for Inflation

Inflation should be treated as a public health problem. Let the CDC and Fauci fight inflation.

Scandale: Puccini’s newly discovered La boheme Sequel (Marcello as Hedge Fund Manager)

When Puccini died in 1924, it was rumored that he was working on a sequel...

Supreme Court: Reaffirms the Inalienable Right to Infect

The majority Justices found that “penumbra of the second amendment” established the inalienable right to infect.

The Biden Doctrine: Pummeling Putin with Words

The Adjectival School, favored by the career diplomats, advocate strengthening Biden’s message by placing a triple adjective before every warning, for example, “further aggression against Ukraine will have massive, massive, massive, massive, massive, massive consequences and will carry a very, very, very high price.”